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We are at a turning point in the book where Ivan realizes that his life wasnt morally fulfilled and death success and happiness should have been emphasized a little moreAnd also in turn Ivan starts to wonder whether or not he served his purpose in life and if not what was done wrong could it be he lived his entire life the wrong way Through the entire book Ivan lives in a box which I do myself only in Ivans sense its a little more extreme Life is supposed to be pleasant fulfilling easy going and carefree For each person each one of those characteristics means something different In my case success is to be well off financially to have a happy home and a job I love Well it seems everybody wants in some sense just that but most people end up making a sacrifice then another and another until eventually you find years have gone by and you realize that your life isnt what it was supposed to be In Ivans case that is exactly what happened only it took death for him to realize it The problem is how can you notice your life isnt going the way it should I feel that if something is wrong youd have an idea but most people dont question why For example Ivan knows something is lacking but he quickly dismisses it and continues in his daily life keeping busy Ivan starts thinking about everybodys motive behind being successful in his or her sense He realizes materialism and assuming to do what everyone else is doing wasnt right I feel as though its ok to draw character from others only put your personal identity into what it is you are doing and remember only you know what your true purpose is Ivan spent so much time avoiding death that he shut of life and all the joys that come along with it This
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